Webcast: Using the Wood Industry Almanac As a Forecast ToolBusiness planning for woodworking businesses has been complicated, as the uneven recovery benefits some markets, and starves others. Plus material costs have been on the rise, while shifting design trends require new technology and materials.

In this free webcast, Using the Wood Industry Almanac As a Forecasting Tool, we'll walk through major wood industry segments, look at the upsside and downside trends in each. Attendees will get a concise overview of the wood manufacturing industry, and high level recap of what could drive - or dampen - demand in each area.

What You'll Learn:

Sponsored by Woodworking Network magazine:
 

• What's Inside the Wood Industry Almanac
• Sales volume and trends in major markets
• More Sources for wood market data
• Top 3 drivers of consumer and business buyers
• New categories usiness

Who Should Attend:

• Business Owners
• Marketing Managers
• Ad Managers
• Business Development Managers

Register today and join us October 8 at 1 p.m. Central Time for this 20-minute lively webcast.

Moderator:

Webcast: Using the Wood Industry Almanac As a Forecast Tool Laurel Didier
Executive Director, Business Lead
Woodworking Network

Laurel is responsible for sales, marketing, and business development at Woodworking Network media channels and live events.

 

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Presenter:

Webcast: Using the Wood Industry Almanac As a Forecast Tool Bill Esler
Editorial Director
WoodworkingNetwork.com

Bill is responsible for coordinating content for Woodworking Network website and magazine, related newsletters, and conferences and trade shows.

Broadcast date: October 8, 2014, 1:00 p.m. CT.

Webcast: Using the Wood Industry Almanac As a Forecast Tool

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